Curry and chiles, tempered with cooling yogurt sauces and raita, Indian food is all about exotic spices like fenugreek, garam masala, mustard seed, saffron and tamarind. Many dishes are vegetarian, but because of the spices and preparation, they’re hearty and filling.
Southern Indian influence highlights ultra spicy Goan curry in this Paleo approved quick dinner.
Indian Spiced Slaw
This interesting, flavorful coleslaw contains 4 cancer fighters in it: cabbage, garlic, onions, and turmeric.
Hena’s Finger Potatoes
Delicious potatoes, which make a marvelous marriage with any kind of barbecued meat or fried chicken, are just as wonderful by themselves.
A favorite in restaurants, this Indian-inspired smoothie offers a burst of fresh tropical flavor.
Harvest Vegetable Curry
Serve this colourful and flavourful main-course vegetable dish over couscous, bulgur or brown rice. The chickpeas and grain complement each other to form complete protein.
Chickpea Curry with Coconut and Tamarind
This festive and aromatic curry can be served as a main dish or a side but it should be offered at room temperature to best appreciate the flavors. It is perfect for parties
or large gatherings or great to have on hand for lunches or light meals.
Indian paneer (cheese) is a low-fat, mild, fresh cheese that will hold its shape in this creamy spinach mixture.
Spicy Red Lentils
Also called Masoor Dal, this is a traditional Indian side dish. Once you get a feel for Indian cooking, the process goes fast.
Spicy Red Lentils
Called Masoor Dal, this is a traditional Indian side dish. Once you get a feel for Indian cooking, the process goes fast.
This mildly spicy condiment is the perfect complement to Indian and Middle Eastern grilled lamb or couscous.
California Raisin-Almond Chicken Curry (Murghi Kismis Salan)
Spicy curry, raisins and almonds add Asian flavors to chicken breasts.
Creamy Split Peas (Channa Dal)
This dal is mildly spiced and creamy and can accompany just about any Indian-style dish.